Category Archives: Holy Spirit

Pentecost Sunday and Race Relations

As our nation reels and reflects on racial issues in light of Mr. George Floyd’s death, I believe Pentecost Sunday–the Sunday 50 days after Easter when Christians celebrate the gift of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:1ff)–proves quite instructive: 1. On … Continue reading

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The Church and Politics

I am writing as a concerned citizen of two kingdoms–the kingdom of man and the kingdom of God. As a citizen of the kingdom of man, I have a responsibility to submit to the government, “For their is no authority … Continue reading

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How does God give the Holy Spirit to those who Ask?

I’ve been spending time with Luke’s Gospel for a while now.  This morning I read the following and wanted to move on, but a question kept challenging me.  How does God give the Holy Spirit to those who ask? 11 “Which … Continue reading

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The New Creation is Here!

About a week ago, my wife made a confession.  It resounded with the birth pangs of an expectant soul. “I’m just tired of sinning,” was her confession. At the time of her confession, we were conversing about all the evils … Continue reading

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